To date ahead of the true time for you designate to a youthful day thus to antedate a deed or a bond is to provide a romantic date anterior on true period of its execution
- Prior date a night out together antecedent to some other which is the actual date
- be earlier in time; go back further
- establish something as being earlier in accordance with something else
- Prior day; a date antecedent to some other the actual day.
- up to now prior to the real time; to designate to a youthfulu000du000a day; therefore, to antedate a deed or a bond should give it a date anterioru000du000a toward true time of its execution.
- To precede with time.
- To anticipate; to make prior to the true time.
noun. An effort run of a romantic date, to find out if a full enchanting time is pursued. Likened into antechamber before entering grand chamber.Sometimes, one person is pushing the antedate in order to become a romantic date, while the other is reluctant and preferring the outing to keep platonic.
To date a musical instrument since a period prior to the time it had been written.
1580s, earlier in the day as noun meaning "a backdating, false very early time attached with a document or event" (1570s); from Latin ante "before" (see ante) + day (v.1). Associated: Antedated; antedating.
(n.) Prior time; a night out together antecedent to a different which is the actual date.
- (n.) Anticipation.
- (v. t.) To date prior to the real time; to assign to a youthful date; thus, to antedate a deed or a bond is provide a night out together anterior to the real time of its execution.
- (v. t.) To precede with time.
- (v. t.) To anticipate; which will make ahead of the real time.
The Buckman Tavern (built about 1690), the rendezvous of the minute-men, and the Munroe Tavern (1695), the headquarters of the British, are still standing, and two other houses, on the common, antedate the War of Independence.